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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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Fifth Year No. MUI
KL.tM.tTII PALM, OIIKfJO. TVEHDAY, MAY SO. 111
iscrawfAnwfAii mws mbvnb
if- i ,i f, f 1 i
BUILD AND OPERATE
OWN LOGGING ROAD
WORKING ON MILL
MUCIN HAY l.l'NIIKK fOMl1
XY'H PLANT. WIIKM COMPI.KT-
r:i, will iik amohu miwknt
IN' THK HTATK
Within thirty daya work will com.
tame on the construction of the Aral
lotting road In operate In the timber
M the horr of Iho Upper Klamath I
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41f. I II" riWM l I" If I'MIII HUH
operated hy the I'ellcan Hay Lumber
maipaii), which recently Inrmporal
rd with a capital Mock of IK.O.OUO.
The company haa purchased ini.000,.
ACQ fret of timber, altuated Ir. the!
fa-radi forest teserve near Pelican
y un tho Upper jptlamalh Uke.
The coiiipan) will begin logging IIiU
maimer, and will build about three
' mllM o( trnrk Ihla )car. DonUy en-
line ami cable will probiibly bn
tw.l In )ar.llnK the log, which will
t haiilM on rara to thn lake.
The dredge will won begin wink
ih Lie .lltrh about half a nillo tnna.
In whlrh the log. will be dumped and
Motrd ni they arn brought from the'
Work on the foundation for thn
mill at llniik at the lower end of the
like l fnr ndtanrvd. Tho company
U arulni tgt).hree acrea at thU
aolat, to ' uaed aa o mill alto and
jintt. inU early In Augunt they eg.
reel to have In niratlon one of Iho
auMt modern aaw mill planta on the
toait. The mill will be operated In
ln ihllta of ten houra each, and will
hie a rapacity of 1X0,000 fret every
aa). The machinery will be fur-
nUhrd by the Murray Manufacturing
rampany of Wauaau, Wla., with the
riceptlon of the aawa, whkh will bo
Sbe farnoim MrDonough band, roami.'1"" InJnwd. though the accident
ftrtiirrd nl the MrDonough foundry
t Ku Clnlre. Wla.
Oni notel featuro of the plant la
that l probably the largeat prlvately
uan'.l canal In the country, which the
ranipany will iimi for the alorago of
hg at the mill, Thla rami la fifty
lt wide at iho lake front and ninety
Irtt old., nt the mill, and la l.00
tM long, It U eatlmated that It will
he able to nrr.mimodate 3,000,000 At lat iilKhl'n minting of the Anl
fret of I(k t one time. Trarka fromllvra Club, the preiutratloiu necmary
the Houthern I'aclflo line have been I (or the founding of un Klka lodge
ci-nxrurli'd to tho mill, and after Ihe hero were dlncuiutod, and the momberj
lumUr haa been ard drlod It will bn' wcro all unanimous In voting to make
loaded onto cara and ahlpped rut. 'thn affair one that will create aome
Uoit of (he upper grade will be, little atlr In Western lodge circle.
Marketed in Kanaaa City, I There will bo Klka from all over tho
The company now owne auSklcnl'Coail hereon the day of the founding
Umber to run thn mtlla for more than j of the order, und the following havt
Many Improvements Are Noted At
The Fine Resorts On Opper Lake
A rrpreaentatlve of the Herald
Made a trip yiaterday on tho ateomer
KUmalh to tho Kaglo Itldgo and
Hocky point rexorla nn tho Upper
Klamath Lake, and report a a number
X Improvement are being made thla
Wing, In urder to give the peoplo
ho come to thla aportamau'a para
ia iho full value of their money.
Already tho Aahertnen arc beginning
t KM nut tho old tackle and replace
lei, put on now tlpa and prepare gen
flly for iho big rainbow in Cryatal
Crea. Wllllaniaon River and Pelican
f. A number ot Ane onea have
t,n tho paat weok. The nun
try angler can alwaya look forward
l tho return to Eaglo Ridge Tavern
Un a knowing aatlafaetlon that hla
Pecklcd heautloa will be eerved him
' alylo beRttlng a king. Mra,
nrimih can well bo proud of her cut
ry department, aa It la tho talk of
tourlxu ftnd Rmrlimen (roro fen
rranclHco to Puget Round.
Charlea Wllaon haa had all of hi
fwboata freahly iialated and ready
r tho coming throng. Now build
wa have boon erectod at Roeky Point
J about throe mllca ot lae road ha
n built by Mr. Wlllaon thla aprlng.
" iwrmlt the automobile of the Cra.
ff Uko company to go direct to the
feii.?'"1 I"i"t ra paaaeager
III 1)0 taken In lllaa k. .I.klk a,n.
I --"-". w vavw inw vianH www-
r of tho world (Crater Uko) . ThU
iwamifui Body of water. aHuated la
lwgi quantities In nililltloii, Home of,
inn men iiinuuci miiii i n ii tntntiniiy
live yvaxn. hut I hoy expert lit
'nlr.-n.Jy .i. largo tucUof ilmlr In
.Klamath taimtjr. i.n.l they figure on
A'jcmillnuniu operation for twenly-flt.i
)er nt leant
The nrflrcra or th I'ellcan Hay
Lumber rompaiiy are all big men
nnaiielally. and well known through,
out the U.tlted Htato Jiy tho Mr lum
ber Interest. Harold Mortcii.on I
pr.nl.lehl. W. P. JohnMin tiro pre.
dent, and tl. I). Ilaiiptman, secretary
tr.inllniied nn Page 31
sovemoi Mis n .
HAI.KM. May 30.tluteruor Went!
hn iil'IKilulril tho follow lnc Irinir..,
of the M.I..iiikIiIIu Home, at Oregon
C'll); J, IX lleilxn., K. II, Cnufleld
and Itfv. C. Hlllehian.l. The member
of the alnle Immigration tiiilullon.
era were oImi npMlnted by Iho Rtner-
,nor. The are John V, Bcott, Lelloy
''nr, "' I'ortlnii-I: Thotnaa V. Ilurkn
'- ' '"'rf ' Halem.
IN 1LNMIKEE IMI
DHCKO OR FIST TJTtf
tfnlleil I'reti ftervtca
HI'OKANK. May 30. The Mllwau
keo rnllioad'ii new Iruiucoullncnlal
llmlte.1, known nn the "Columbia Kx
ptemi." In making Ita flrnt eaatward
I lip. wan ditched at l.lnd, Waahlng.
ton, In.ln). The engineer and fireman
ItfrA lilh Iflll.iil nMv,rillii tt aAtm
reefhed here. None of the paiacn
many of thorn
Ktlll In bed.
mm mm m
HPTW Of B. P. 0. E.
(the crater of Mount Maiainu. will bo
vlaited by hundred of toitriala thl
aeason. and Is n spot Klamath Kall.i
can boast of a being nno of tho moat
beautiful sight one would wish lo
Tho steamer Klamath haa been
thoroughly overhauled thl season by
Captain Heed, and she la now ready
for tho traveling public. Bho ha an
oil burning plant, whlrh ha been In
tailed at a coat of aoveral hundred
dollar, making her the fastoat ami
moat up-to-date paaaenger boat nn
Upper Klamath hake.
Bho will run Sunday excursion
every Hundny tho rest of tho aummor
to Rocky Point and Eaglo Ridge, atop
ping threo and a half houra at Rocky
Point to permit of fuming, boating or
other pastime for whlrh Ihla retort
Tho automobile of tho Crater Uko
company will begin making dally trip
to tho crater about July lat, or soon
er It tho anow dlaappoar, ao that
traveling can bo made In comfort.
A number of paaaengera came down
from Raglo Rldgo, among them being
Mr. M. R. Tltcomb and family, Mr.
Ttleomb I the dlatrict engineer of the
Routhern Pacific company.
Robert Clay and Mra. Wing of
Woodbine came down tor a fow day.
Beth Mr. Clay and Mra. Wing have
fine homoateada at Woodbine, and
are making numeroua Improvement
on them thla aprla'g.
' noon named chairman of committor
in look after their walfnre: .
To securo quarter for holding the
celebration, Fred Mclhaiwi: room for
Hie visitors Ui remain over night, W
.T. Hhlve; to eocurn auto to transport
th vlallor from tho depot; Claude
'Daggett; muile, Carey rtamaby:
fliinme, K.. II. Hall, Fred Mclhnw
''(llWI - ffn lUlltttln. Alnr tin,,.,, fl II
Campbell; printing, II. H. Bhcplierd:
?"S5' L" "'
W. 8. Worden; fl. T.
Merrill; rocoptlon, 0.
These chairmen of committee will
M'lert I heir help.
WAS FOR BUR6UR
UK ADD IN HUltltt THAT THK
(ONHTAHI.KH WKHK INJTHKD
HV THK KXPLOHION IX HIM
' t'nllrd Preat Barvlea
HAN I'ltANCIHCO, May 30. Chan,
rirknrd, of Oaklttnd, who iiirrendcred
to the iMitlce today, inld that he made
Ihc burglar trap which btew up hli
homo jctterday, Injuring acvoral offl.
cer. He anld that ahortly before hit
wife left, burglar filleted Iho horn",
und he d.mlrcd lo give Ihem n hot re-
ciplloii. He placed a rovolver In audi
in ioiilun that iixui opening tho door
Ii .llM'ImiKed a blank cartridge, which
Ignited u trail of looae (Niwder leading,
lo n i an of Mark powder. Ho aald
thai he w'na norry lx'caue the onV
urn were there, but that they had
no hiulneM lo attempt to open the
cliiMt proticled by thin trap. Ho alto
adlmtted making; the other boatkf
found In tho home, and aald that he
did It Juat to kill time.
yni.L'Viuii iuuiui tT nv s
THK WKUT JIHT MpltRli
"The Oolden Weat" la the title of n
booklet Juat laaiied by the North Drlt-
lib ft Mercantile luaurancc company,
'whnae local agent I Harry P. Qatar
ncaux. The book deala with every
Mate In the Weat, Ihc weatorn part of
jthe Dominion of Canada and nlo
Alaska, and I eipeciaiiy valuable on
account of ihe wealth of information
contained. Oregon la treated in i
lengthy article that will attract thn
nttintlon of many easterners.
PUUtC MY MSKCT
I LONDON. May SO. It I under
Mood that after Ihe coronation, West
minster Abbey I likely lo be open
for the Inspection of the public for a
J lunger period than on tho occasion at
,tbe crowning of the late King Ed
Kvorj thing will bo loft exactly n
on thn day of tho great ccremoulal.
In ISO:, aftor King Kdward wn
clowned, Ihe Abbey waa opened for
(even la), und 97,000 person mndo
"After tho coronation of Kim;
aeorge," aald Mr. C. II. Itadclltls,
chapter clerk of Woatmlmtor, "wo aru
hoping that tho Abbey will be open
for ten day and even longer, If pot
Public charities boneflted nearly
125,000 on the occaalon ot tho last
coronation aa a result of thl public
Inipcctlon, a charge for admlaalon be
ing made. It I probable that thl
year any aurplua romalning after
making good lost collection to ll.o
lloapltal Sunday fund and othor In
stitution through tho auipenalon of
hcrvlco. will be devoted lo removing
tho debt on tho Abbey.
Kxpecta lo Oct New Car
o, T. McKendreo came in from
hi Ouklund home eatorday, and left
thl afternoon for Merrill. From there
ho will go to Uko county. Shoue I
counting on getting an automobile
lator In tho anmmer, and eaya a five
paaaenger Vclllo will about ault him,
Ho hain't fully mado up hla mind,
Jcaa Huuaakcr returned to thla city
eatorday afternoon from an extend
ed sojourn In California. Mr. Hun
aaker apent tomo tlmo in Ban Fran
cisco, and went aa tar south aa the
Imperial Valley. I.oo Parrlah, who
left with llunsaker, will return In
about two weeka.
FIRE BREAKS OUT
QI'ICK UOIIK OK THK I'AKT V
THK nilK IIKIARTMK.T MAVKH
THK Ul'lliDINM PItOM TOTAI,
At 2: lb thl afternoon fire waa dis
covered In the Kwauna house o nthe
corner of Main and Fourth itroef.
Before ihe alarm waa tallied In flam-a
wero Issuing from the rear of the
building and heavy amoke wai com
Inu from ihc- windowa of tho upper
Ntmy. At first It waa believed that
tlier.f wn not a hope of aavlng Ihe
htilldliiK from total destruction, )t
ulthln eloven mlnnto from the
minding of the flrebetl water had
ben turned off and the tiro prartlc
ally extinguished. It wa aome time
li.tci, howetcr, before the Aro boy
had nit through the partition and
put cut tho Are xmolderlng betwien
the .tiling and roof.
Tho building I owned by Frank
Wnrd, and waa Insured for something
I'ko l.r.00, which la auSclcnt to cov
er the damago to tho building. It wsa
.wfii pled by Mra. Bogardui a a
ro-milng hou, and her loin will be
hhnut $.',00, a no insurance waa cir
It 1 not known how tho Aro orig
inated, but It la presumed tbn. it
rlaito, fiora the kitchen itove. Mr..
tlcgnrdun waa In the court hoiiao yard
nt tlio time, attending tho rtmmotlnl
i.trvure. Bho believe that poMlbly
file Mill, remained In the to,o since
Ihe roor. taral waa preparrtt. Thtre
wu no other Ire In tho bulldlno. dir
tii ihc day. t
.Mi. Itogardua loot all he.- -eronal
cftetta. oven lo her .clothe, aa they
lived la the room la the rear of the
:o;idtea JgaHw.aJ'JU'i(i'i. K la
hai.l in eatlmate tho loan to Mr. Ward,
r.i ,m recount ot tho bulld'tg bring
ioc.li-4 within the Are l!mlt. II may
be Imnoaalblo to repair the damage,
Thla matter cannot be determined un
til after Ihe debrle la removed, a thn
neceaaary repair may not bo of anffl
dent Importance to Interfere with tho
Are ordinance. In that caae Ihe dam
ago will not be oo great, a the great
er portion of tho furniture, ownod by
Mr. &trd, waa removed with com par-
ntlvrly alight damage.
HAItltOUN WISH AOO-MILK
AITO HWRKPHTAKKM RACE
United Pre Service
INDIANAPOLIS'. May 30.
llarrouu, driving the Maraaon,
won the S00-mlle International
aweepstakc race. Ilia tlmo waa
0:1 l:R. nrire, in n Drown, la
0 lahed aocond.
SIMON, B. C.
SWEPT BY FLAMES
HO FAR, K1VK PKOPLK IIAVK PKH
IHIIKD, TWO HOTKLH HAVK
Ul'ltNKD AND THK Hl'MNEfM
HRCTION SKKMH MX)MKD
Untied Proa Service
8ILVKRTON, O. C, May 30. Aa ..
teault of a Aro which broke out hero
today, five peoplo aro known to be
dead. Tho Windsor Hotel and tho
Victoria Hotel, tho leading hottelrlev,
have been consumed by flame, and
other building In the builncaa aer
tlon are burning.
KTKAUi MKTAL, HKUM
IT TO RKAL OWNER
VIENNA. May 30. The exploits of
nn individual at Temeavar are ao
nmailng thkt he haa not only fir
pawed the famoua Captain von Kope
nick, but haa made the dorman ahoe
maker a poor aocond in the act of
daring. The Temeavar here engaged
a gang ot thirty workmen, wont to a
dlatlllery which waa cloaed, and In
atructed then to dlamantle It, Fol
lowing thla exploit ho demollahed a
fountain and then Kold It with the dls
tlllery fitting for old metal. Next ht
turned hla operation! upon nu avenue,
nn.l cut down nil Iho trcca and sold
the wood to n mrpcnlcr. Then lie
vanldhcd ' to aparo, and tho good peo-l
pie of Temenr nrn nt 1 1 1 In n atate of!
I. A Yiiung.uit nt Hi. Paul, C. O,
i Citing of Ran Francisco and F. V
i;iiiiningiuim or Hacramentn left on
this morning' boat for tho Agency
nud Fort Klamath, where they will
cull nn tho merchant.
IN THE Bffi RACE
8KVKHAL ('AIM AM) DRIVERS
C'AMK TO OltlKF IN THE vfiOO
MILK HWKKPHTAKH AT THE
United Preaa Service
INDIANAPOLIS. May 30. Forty
driver In the COO-mlle International
kwocpitakc started today before) a
crowd of 100,000 on the motor kpeed
way. On the thirteenth lap the Am
plcx, driven by Archie Qrelner, wa
thrown In the air and overturned by
the explosion of both rear tlrea. S. P,
Dixon, tho mechanician waa killed
end rirclner waa fatally Injured,
TctalaaT htibbed Dlabrow' car and
waa thrown -oat. but waa unhurt.
Mechanician Lewi, who waa alto
thrown ont, waa Internally Injured
and hi leg and arm wcro broken.
At Ihe end of 300 mile Mulford
wa leading: tlmo, 4:3:24, thus twt
ting a new record.
Evan, Tower' relief driver In the
Jackaon, waa thrown from the car and
hla right anklo waa broken.. It hap
pened while ho waa.trylBUtop hie
car short to prevent a collision.
Hundred narrowly escaped death
when Lyttlc, Kalght and Jagerabergcr
collided directly before tho grand
stand. Lyttlc. who broke hla steering
knuckle, xlg-tagged wildly about on
Ihe course, and with Iho other cart
rushing toward him, the crowd
screamed with terror. Lyttle'a en
gine waa dead, and he wa helpli
Knight hit Lyttlc Aral. Jaggcraberger
following. Tho three cars rolled ovor
In n shapeless mass, and plunged Into
Tho drlvciK were not thrown from
their car. Knlght'a mechanician.
Olovcr, waa the only one hurt. HI
bark was badly wrenched.
WRE MNV OFFKEIS
WASHINOTON, May 30. About
13. oupg men, ambition for a mill
tay career, will have an opportunity
of Joining tho army under tho new
regulation Just laaued governing the
appointment of civilians aa aocond
lieutenant. About ninety ot thes-i
appointment will be to army posts
end tho balance to the coast defeases.
Tho now regulation, amended by
direction ot tho president, now pre
scribe that vacancies In the grado of
recond lieutenant shall be Ailed by
appointment In the following erder:
First, by cadets graduated from the
United 8latea military academy; sec
ond, by enlisted man whoso Staosa la
determined by competitive examina
tion, and third, by candidates from
civil life between tho agea of 31 and
Candidates from civil llfo will be
selected by competitive examination
from those designated by the war de
partment. No candidate will be des
ignated whn la married or who ta not
a cltlten of tho United States. These
candidates will be claHlAed la tho
Honor graduates of InstllutlMa of
learning at which army oaieers aro
detailed aa professor of military sci
ence and tactics and which have keen
designated as "dUtlBgulahed lastltu
lions"; other graduates ot such last I
tutlona; member of tho organised
militia with not lean than threo yeara'
service; other candidates.
Those whose general average la tho
competitive mental axaailaatVt la ,
per cent or more will bo graded sepa
rately and selected to til extotlag va
cancies la tho ardor at their aurR.
Tho remaining- vaeaadea will then
bo lllod by aotestta la th 4er od
merit from the" whole list ot'caadl-
MEMORY OF DEAD
date, without regard to claialAcation, '
It. W. Ilakor of Oregon City came
in on last night' train from the
north. Thl morning be left for Mer
rill, to attend to business matter.
P. W. Bnyder came in yesterday
from hi ranch on Swan Uko to at
tend to bualness matters. While hen
ho stopped at the Ukeeide Ian.
EMS if MB INT
United Press Service
MEXICO CITY, May 30. It ta re
ported that forty-three are killed and
acvcral hundred wounded In the riot
Ing which occurred thl morning at
Chulnk, near' Ptfebla. Tho outbreak
followed an all-night celebration ot
the Maderlsts. Drunken mobs parad
ed the streets yelling "Viva Madero,"
waving Aaga and Aring rides and re
volvers In the air.
snieikk Ta raw?
United Press 8ervlce " '
SAN FRANCISCO, May 30. Chan.
Plckard. at whose hoaae la Oakland
three Infernal machla(sexploded yes
terday, Injuring three otteer. aarrea
dcred to tho police at 9 o'clock thU
auralag - - ivs
L. A. Rare, a well known resident
ol.Yreka, 1 among today's guests at
HI IJJsnanlnfJ "MJ
BERLIN. May 30. An Interratinx
lillscovery has been mado by Professor
Alfred Wegener of the University of
Marlburg, who haa already .written
treatise on the atmosphere.
Ho ha came to tho conclusion that
lat height of 134 miles from the sur
f.icce of tho earth there cxlits a spare
tilled with an unknown gaa. which li
lighter than hydrogen. He has not
tsccrtalned whether It la a slasnte
(h?mlcal body of a comhlnatloa. H
calls It geokoronlum.
Think Tobacco. Trust Will
United Preaa 8ervlce.
WASHINOTON, May 30. In its
tobacco decision tho United States
supremo court has laid the basis for
criminal prosecutions ot Individual
ct eating tho monopoly, aad la the
strongest language the court urged
This Is tho conatrvetlea plaesd aa
the phrases recurrlag throughout
Chief Justice White's opinion.
It tho court had merely alrmed
tho decrees ot tho court, below and
ordered a dissolution, criminal suits
would bo barred, but It reversed the
Judgment, and held directors aad on
cers aa parties to a conspiracy, and
algaltcantly referred to tho manifes
tation as "conscious wrongdoing.''
Uwyers construe thla aa aa intima
tion that It la the aovernmeafa duty
to proceed .with criminal prosetuUon.
It la expseted that the dssislao) will
force uaother year of litigation before
the trust Is Aaally dissolved.
The America Tobacco company
and Ita subsidiary compalaee Is prob
ably the most versatile octupu ot
modern haalaaae treats. It lavolves
sixty-six corporation oarryiag oa ev
ery conceivable buataese eoaaeeted
wti the tohaer) ladastry, and twea
Coatpaalsa '.or the manufacture ot
cigars, clrptts, skewlag tohaare,
raut, lieorloe,''plpss,eitar beces.Ua
M' 7?r7 wt Hf'B awfajaWsjwwsry
tlgas, stogies, and corporatloaa for
.RAND ARMV fUCLUs CC-ftTH,
VETERANS. LOUOM AND CtT.
ZKXH UNITED TO MAJU
The observance of Memorial lay la
Klamath Falls today waa oat of the
most Attlng exercises held la aay rUy
In Oregon, and the members at the
various committees la charge have a
right to feel Justly proud of the sac
cess of their comossadahU eforts.
Every bualness heats la the tewa
closed, and school-, ehmrehaa aad
lodge united with the veteraae la the
services In memory of those who
fought and died for their ceaatry's
At 10 o'clock thla mornlag OCker
or the Day E. B. Ramsby, wKk Shor
IS W. R. Barnes aa aide aad Pardral
Bholl as musician, sUrted the parade
tor the cemetery. The parade waa led
by the splendid Khtssath fwHs MIU
lary band, aad included ha "the ttae
ot march were tho Oraad Army, Wo
men'a Relief Corps, ladlaa War Vet
erans, Spanish War Veterans, Veter
ans ot other wars, Seas of Veteraae.
Orammar School Cadets. Pisassrs aC
KUmath Baste. eUldrea fraaa the
public schools aad ntembera ef the
following fraternal erders: Weetaoa
of the-World. KalghU ef Pythias, Wo
men of Woodcraft. Pythian ttttsra.
Odd Fellows aad Rekekaha.
Arrirlag at the eeaaatery. the lav
presairtf ritaaRstk ssrvleea ef she
Oraad Araur.al.ta Est akHs aa4 at
the Weaaea's Relief Cerpe wore held.
and the graves of the soldiers were
decorated. The cemetery, thaaka to
the work of p.-A. Stearaa aad hla as
sistants, looked very preeeataUe.'
Attsr retaralag from the cessstsry
tho Oraad Army. Weaaea's Relief
Corps and Indian War Veterans
marched to the Llak River krMgw.
where the services la awaaory ad the
dead sailors were held, aad Sewer
were cast upon the water.
A large crowd gathered .la the
court house square at S o'clock la the
nttcrnoon to bear the exercises, the
program ot which follews:
Selection by lUgh School Orehestra.
Invocation by Rev. C. H. HIRea.
Quartet "Bravo Hearts Forever
Still" Messrs. Mason. Martin. Kaapp
A National Eulogy Vetera Ur-
(Continued oa Page 4)
tin purchase and holding of tebaeoo
iropertlee la Cuba aad Porto Rise are
the component parts of the coasbtae.
It wss Arst attacked by the gevern
ment In Ue ault Sled before the sir
cult court or the Southern Dtstrtet of
New York oa July 10, HOT. A mon
ster complaint ooverlag several hun
dred closely prlattd pages, aad oat
hod Ing the work of several. yeara of
volUctloa ef evidence by department
of ;ustlce agents, recited that tfee
"truat" had been formed by eeaH
tlon of Ave cigarette oompaalos ta
I80, and had gradually grewa la
power through unfair eeaaaetttlve
methods, uatll It domlaated the to
It waa alleged that by' a coopers-
tlve arrangement with toreiga trust,
the Amerleaa comblae apportteaed
the tobacco business of the world;
that It maalpulated markeU ia aaR
Ita owa purpeses: eoatrolled aoaedo
Independent" compaalss ssaseiaa
that advertleed theauelres aa !et ta
tho trust," whoa they were abaetetely
w-vned hy the comUne that II tail
tated sUadard ladspsadsat jhrasts
and absorbed or destroyed oataaotl
lion by price cutting. ' f -
as ia the sxaaaard oil
tobacco Utlgattoa weat ta a
tor tho taklag at teetlaMejr.
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